Missouri Baptist University believes in a personalized education tailored to each student. We offer classes at multiple regional learning centers and have flexible class schedules to make sure that school fits into your busy professional and family life.
The Pillsbury Chapel seats approximately 960 people for concerts, showcases, theatrical productions and lectures, as well as Spartan Preview Days and weekly chapel services.
Mabee Great Hall
The Mabee Great Hall is a large space for banquets and other special functions. Large windows provide a beautiful view of the campus. The Great Hall also operates as an alternative performance venue.
Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall
The Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall is a multipurpose area for classes, intimate concerts, voice recitals, ministry team rehearsals and worship meetings. It is acoustically designed to provide natural sound projection and tone.
The Gallery serves as a small reception area for before and after performances and periodically features showcase exhibits.
Rotunda & Patio
The rotunda is a visual landmark on campus with floor-to-ceiling windows and large columns highlighting the grand staircase. The patio is a student hangout and a place for outdoor events during the warmer months.
Classrooms in the Fine Arts Center have top-of-the-line technology for 35 students per room. Group tables, projectors and computers add advanced teaching and presentation opportunities.
Practice and warm-up rooms are provided for students to rehearse in a soundproof environment, and double as classrooms for voice and instrument lessons. The classrooms are secluded and furnished with pianos and mirrors.
Two rooms in the center are furnished with full bathrooms, lighting and mirrors to allow students, artists and performers to have a backstage area to prepare.
The Missouri State Board of Nursing has granted Missouri Baptist University initial approval to offer a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. The unanimous decision was made May 23 during the Board’s quarterly meeting in Jefferson City. Pending a successful site visit later … Learn More